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Jasper Restaurants

Jasper restaurants are as varied as the area’s outdoor adventures that build appetites. Consult this Jasper Dining restaurant guide if you have a craving, be it for home-style cooking, juicy steak or upscale Rocky Mountain Cuisine.

Jasper Dining contains a tempting selection of Jasper’s favourite restaurants. Browse restaurant choices through the type of cuisine at the top of the page.

For a more comprehensive selection of Jasper restaurant choices, visit www.where.ca/CanadianRockies

You can also pick-up a free printed copy of Jasper Dining Guide at local information centres, hotels, shops, restaurants, attractions, the train station and car rental outlets. These same locations offer free copies of Where Canadian Rockies visitor magazine, a great source of information on tours and adventures, shopping, dining and entertainment in Jasper, Banff, Canmore, Lake Louise and area.

Jasper Restaurant Blog

Café Connects to Gourmet Store

September 5, 2014
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  The café FoxNews.com calls “one of the five top pastry shops in the world” has new soft seats and a fireplace. But The Other Paw owner (and special occasion cake queen) Kim Stark’s more ambitious project is her new Experience Gourmet. Living. Holiday Spritz. shop that connects to the café. “Everyone everywhere loves to [continued…]

Multi-Talented Chef

July 11, 2014
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  Kami Cochrane, the chef at Becker’s Restaurant, started out as a pastry chef, but she’s now passionate about cooking too. “I didn’t think I needed to give up one or the other, so I stayed involved in both,” she says. Kami notes that her grilled fresh BC salmon with house-smoked tomatoes “is colourful and [continued…]

Strange Brews in Jasper

April 17, 2014
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  Beer connoisseurs (and laymen) enjoy these unusual options: • Hints of mountain clover and wildflowers add unique flavour to Jasper Park Lodge’s homegrown honey, the defining ingredient in their Roof Top Honey Ale. • De’d Dog pulls draughts of Oregon’s Deschutes microbrewery including Chainbreaker White IPA that uses wheat and pilsner malts for a [continued…]

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    Working Like Busy Bees

    The Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge executive chef Derek Ingraham and his culinary team take ‘authentically local’ seriously. The 500-pound annual organic honey harvest from their rooftop bee hives is used in culinary dishes, packaged in gift jars and made into exclusive Jasper Park Lodge Honey Lager. At the Lodge greenhouse, herbs and small produce are grown for their restaurants including Cavell’s Restaurant and Emerald Lounge & Patio.

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    Cassio’s Calling

    The owner/chef of Cassios Italian Restaurant has long service in the family business. Mike Cassio’s parents opened the first of three Italian restaurants in 1949 in Sudbury, Ontario; Cassios in Jasper still uses many of their original family recipes. Mike and his wife Anna love working in the food industry. “Meeting new people every day and experimenting with new dishes keep it fresh,” says Mike.

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    Hidden Gem

    Tucked away on Patricia St east of Jasper Information Centre, often overlooked Kimchi House offers excellent food and value. Try their dumplings, short ribs on a sizzling iron plate, and spicy hot pot loaded with fresh fish. Owner Monica An “is maybe the most personable restaurateur in Jasper,” says Where publisher Jack Newton.

  • TonquinPrimeRib-HotTip

    40 Years in Jasper

    Nick Bartziokas attributes the success of his Tonquin Prime Rib Village to hard work and a personal touch. “I’m here every day to supervise the kitchen and greet guests; I only take holidays when we are closed in November,” he notes. Nick’s tender and tasty prime rib is consistently cut from aged AAA Alberta beef that has been slow roasted for eight hours.

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